This Supplemental labeling must be in the possession of the user at the time of pesticide application. Read the label '(affixed to the container for SPARTAN 4F Herbicide before applying. Carefully follow all precautionary statements and application use directions.
Apply SPARTAN 4F as a uniform broadcast soil application to orchard floors or as a uniform band application directed to the base of the trunk in trees to provide preemergence control of weeds listed below. For best control, apply SPARTAN 4F when there are no weeds present or a postemergence herbicide is tank mixed to eliminate emerged weeds.
3 For broadcast applications, make a single application of SPARTAN 4F at 4 to12 fl oz per acre (0.125 to 0.375 Ib ai/A). Do not apply more than 12 fluid ounces (0.375 Ib ai) per acre per twelve-month period. The twelve-month period is considered to begin when the
initial application of SPARTAN 4F is applied. For improved weed management, SPARTAN 4F can be applied in a tank mixture with other preemergence and postemergence burndqwn herbicides. Refer to the tank mix partner's labels for additional restrictions, including minimum spray volumes and crops in which they are labeled. Burndown herbicides may include, but are not limited to, Aim, Shark, Rage D-Tech, glyphosate, paraquat, Rely, and 2,4-D. Do not tank mix with Chateau herbicides (flumioxazin) or with other products containing sulfentrazone. When applied as a banded treatment (50% band or less). SPARTAN 4F may be applied twice per year. Do not apply more than 12 fl oz product per acre (0.375 Ib ai/A) on a broadcast application basis per year. Allow a minimum of 60 days between applications. Use a minimum of 10 gallons of spray solution per acre should be used to ensure uniform spray coverage. Nozzle selection should meet manufacturer's spray volume and pressure recommendations for preemergence and postemergence herbicide applications. The spray solution must have a pH between 5.0 and 9.0.
Only apply SPARTAN 4F to crops that have been established for one full growing season and are in good health and vigor. Avoid contact of the spray solution on the green bark of trunks of young vines and trees by wrapping the trunk with a nonporous wrap, grow
tubes, |or wax containers which will keep the spray solution from coming in direct contact with the green tissue. Avoid direct or indirect spray contact with crop foliage and fruit.
Use ground equipment only. Do not apply using an airblast sprayer or by air. Do not apply using a mechanically pressurized handgun.
Best results are obtained when the soil is moist at the time of application and the application will be followed by at least V4 inch of rainfall or sprinkler irrigation within two weeks after application. Applications should be timed to take advantage of normal rainfall patterns and cool temperatures, especially where drip or micro sprinkler irrigation is used which may not uniformly incorporate the herbicide.
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